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. the 1-0. fouled away. a ball and a strike. >> tim: that's why you play that no-doubles defense. you play deeper than you normally would, keeping everything in front of you and making that runner at first base, or making the tigers get two hits to beat you or to go ahead of you. >> joe: pence, belt and blanco for san francisco will be the hitters. here's the 1-1. that missed. ball 1. one on, two out. 2-1 pitch. that's foul and young broke his bat. so the count is 2-2. right off the end of it. >> tim: more firewood. >> joe: fire sounds good as the temperature has really dropped here in the last two innings. if you are just joining us, it is 11:00 in the east. miguel cabrera with a two-run shot. his first extra-base hit. his only extra-base hit in this world series and it put the tigers up by one. posey returned the favor with a two-run shots to put the giants up by one in the sixth, and delmon young, the man at the plate, tied it in the bottom of that sixth inning. 3-3 game with the giants leading three games to nothing and a check on garcia. 2-2 pitch. struck him out! what a job by jeremy
-0. fouled away. a ball and a strike. >> tim: that's why you play that no-doubles defense. you play deeper than you normally would, keeping everything in front of you and making that runner at first base, or making the tigers get two hits to beat you or to go ahead of you. >> joe: pence, belt and blanco for san francisco will be the hitters. here's the 1-1. that missed. ball 1. one on, two out. 2-1 pitch. that's foul and young broke his bat. so the count is 2-2. right off the end of it. >> tim: more firewood. >> joe: fire sounds good as the temperature has really dropped here in the last two innings. if you are just joining us, it is 11:00 in the east. miguel cabrera with a two-run shot. his first extra-base hit. his only extra-base hit in this world series and it put the tigers up by one. posey returned the favor with a two-run shots to put the giants up by one in the sixth, and delmon young, the man at the plate, tied it in the bottom of that sixth inning. 3-3 game with the giants leading three games to nothing and a check on garcia. 2-2 pitch. struck him out! what a job by jeremy affeld
? was at a defense mechanism by the defense department? >> guest: no, it was a purely preemptive effort to slow the nuclear weapons processing capability of iran. >> host: you mention charlie miller and mr. miller is in st. louis and he joins us today on "the communicators." mr. miller, what was your goal in breaking into the iphone? >> guest: in that particular case it was for a concept like robert mentioned. they had hackers across the world and they had various devices. if you break into a device you can wind some cash in the device also. i won the contest a few times. earlier my career was more about showing things like iphones or you know, apple software were vulnerable because it really was an believe that it was but now it's just -- i have shown vulnerabilities in the iphone and attacks where i can send a text message to the iphone and taken over. all these are fixed now. part of the contest is all these vulnerabilities being fixed. a fun way to show off your skills and so everyone gets protected by the attacks it. >> host: how long did it take you to break into this iphone and from wher
an hour refuting defense statements throughout the trial that he shot and killed one victim and wounded another out of self-defense. the defense argued they're simply too many inconsistencies to find him guilty of first-degree murder beyond a reasonable doubt. the defense says he did have a gun but only used it because he was himself frightened. >> the defense is pushing second-degree murder in the case. the prosecution says there is no way. if convicted he could get anywhere from 70 years-life. >> 23 elena kagan these have authorized cameras in court room. cook county could see its first televised trial by the end of this year. >> a nanny accused of stabbing to children to that and trying to take her own life weeks from her coma. wakes from her coma. the children were killed last thursday. she is reportedly speaking to doctors. police have not released a motive but relatives said she recently suffered financial and emotional burdens. when she woke up she asked to see her own family. >> police have arrested a convicted sex offender and former pop star as part of an investigation i
through federal agencies. the director of appropriations wound up with the department of defense. department of defense hoe the administering agency that does community projects, typically not this large, but they do do this kind of thing on the scale. once we got to this point, oea had a decision about how they -- who was going to execute it for them. and they tried hard to get mayor to take t. they talked to the coast guard. they looked at another agency that could grant it to the port directly and let us go out to bud. and after nine months, nobody wanted it. * bid we were fortunate to find a partner in the end in the united states navy. the salvage aerv of the navy which sits in naval sea systems command. it may be referred to in the staff report sue salve, supervisor for all salvage operations of the navy. the navy, then, in order to execute these funds has a previously competitively bid contract with titan salvage for all salvage work on the west coast of the americas. that has been titan to salvage. nav sea has worked with options for how to get it done and where it goes
and defensively and special teams, i thought, pretty much played a complete game. >> michele: this was your fifth consecutive game with 300 yards passing which i'll note is a broncos franchise record and when you consider elway played here that is something. how far have you come in these seven games? >> i think our team has come far, especially offensively as far as what i'm doing every day. the receivers i have a better rapport with them and offensive field with what plays they like. willis and ryan did a great job running the ball and opened up passing lanes. i think the team is maturing and hopefully, we will keep it going. >> michele: you mentioned demaryius thomas standing next to you. you're getting in a groove with all of your receivers. >> these guys are very talented. the more situations we are in the more we should improve. demaryius played great tonight and sure am proud of him. >> michele: congratulations. >> thank you. >> michele: the receivers played a very good game tonight, demaryius. as peyton said you two seem to be communicating better and getting on the same page. how far are
all day today. the defense is almost defenseless. the offense surprised everybody yesterday. formost disappointing thing fans was the lack of effort discipline. it was the not so perfect storm the redskins' offense yesterday. balls, one after another, after another. >> as long as it hits your hands, you better catch it. >> a painful trip to pittsburgh washington. >> it is not one guy's fault ever. >> the defense brought home plenty of blame as well. the steelers made it look easy at times. day when banking orleans, the redskins five of seven. -- since the opening day win in lawrence, the redskins lost five of seven. you learn from that and move the next week and no you did not quit. e boom giants lowered th detroit tigers. they sweep of detroit. giants exploded in the world series. celebrationine, the continues tonight in san francisco. the new world champions in anncr: seven-hundred-thousand jobs. that's what the plan george allen supports... would cost our economy. newspapers called it "economically destructive." like allen's votes to give tax breaks to companies... that ship jobs
was called. that's what will be remembered. >> pitching and defense, how good was it? >> you saw for yourself. it was good enough to find a way to be here right now. >> hunter, thanks. congratulations. back to you. >> ken, thank you. hunter pence came along relatively late in the ride. ryan theriot, d.h.ing tonight, scoring that winning run on phantom cam and it's an image that will be looked at over and over again in san francisco. erin andrews standing by with the giants game one here row, barry zito. erin. >> matt, thanks so much. here right now with barry zito, who really everyone on this pitching staff credits your efforts in game five of the nlcs, really giving this game momentum, new life. how good -- you said you looked like a football player, but how good does this feel right now? >> this feels incredible. it's surreal. everyone helped out from the start. three games in cincinnati, no one had done that in a couple years. game five in lcs i was blessed with having the game of my life. and the momentum turned when we got back to san francisco. >> everybody counted you out but you have
than defensive. some said to kennedy and around the table that, you know, these could be a threat to the hemisphere, cuban subversion, which was greatly feared. in fact, the big fear was that not so much that cuba was a threat, but it was spreading to other countries, and brazil, was feared, would be a second cuba. kennedy and the advisers, tell me, the tapes you studied carefully in the aftermath, and i should mention, of course, david is going to be publishing, been editing volumes of the transfers -- come back to these later -- never accepted khrushchev's public rationale to deploy them, which was to detour an american invasion, detour another bay of pigs, but with the american forces, not cubans. they always put the worst case analysis and why all of these materials were there. is that fair to say that that view never shifted even though some of them were aware of the overt american operations against castro and intended to overthrow castro? >> guest: i'll get the first part of the question there too because i think it's interesting. there's an aspect that came through in rece
defensive and even some of the forces, there were some who said to kennedy these could be a threat to the hemisphere this is cubans subversion which we felt the big fear was not so much cuba was a threat they could be spreading to others like brazil might become a second cuba. kennedy and his advisers, to leave the states that you said to the custody does it carefully in the aftermath and i should mention that of course david is going to be publishing and has been editing volumes and we will come back to this never accepted christian's congressional for deploying these weapons to deter the invasion and the bay of pigs but with american forces, not cuban so they always put the worst-case analysis. is that fair to say that never shifted even though some of them were aware of the covert american operations against castro? >> guest: let me get the first part of your question, too bad because that's interesting. there was an aspect that has come through. first of all timothy naftali has brought out -- we've been talking about the frogs and the loaners. >> host: the delivery vehicles. >>
into a rivalry game like this. we have great respect for that defense and especially that defensive coaching staff. >> we kept battling and we kept fighting. that was a proud group and they are banged up pretty good right now, but i was proud of the way that they competed four quarters today and i thought they played well. >> the 49ers should be well- rested when they take an arizona tomorrow night in the desert. san francisco will be playing for the first time in ten days and will have a chance to move into first play by two games. >> rams and patriots had london duty this week. the brits on offensive displayply new england tom brady and gronkowski with a tribute to the guards at buckingham palace. . >>> matthew stanford and the lions looking to get on track against the seahawks in seattle. stanford stafford throws the strike. stafford to young again, lions pull out the win and seahawks record is even at 4-4. >> matt ryan and the falcons in uncharted territory. they are still proximate ryan fires long for julio jones for the touchdown pass. the falcons handled the eagles 30-17 of, atlan
the drought, there was a nearly equal jump in defense spending that some say anticipates cutbacks next year but for now helps q3 gdp. "if we go into sequestering, you're going to see defense budget items slashed, and so they're doing some pre-emptive buying to get it now." but on the negative side, business investment has stalled. "i think it's having a huge impact and it's holding up hiring, so the uncertainty over who wins, the tax policy, all that, is going to delay them." mesirow financial's chief economist diane swonk says "the decline in business investment represents a particular blow as it not only reflects weakness abroad, but also the uncertainty about our own policies. the fiscal cliff needs to be dealt with by whovever wins in a credible and bipartisan way, and asap." with just about one week to go before the election, the candidates will be in wisconsin this week. today, republican mitt romney's campaign has an event in milwaukee. tomorrow, president obama will be in green bay. the volitility index, better known as the vix, may be signaling better days ahead. according to repor
to normal depth. no-doubles defense. they are trying to protect against the single now. >> joe: theriot can run. he's the runner at second. one out. good breaking ball from coke, who allowed the lead off hit. runner at second. one out. here's the 0-1. nicely picked by laird. >> tim: i was just thinking phil coke had a lot of wild pitches as a reliever. he had three. and that breaking ball in the dirt, from a catching standpoint, that puts an awful lot of pressure on laird. good play on the scoop. theriot, meanwhile, will be alert to go to third if the ball is in the dirt. >> joe: here's the 1-1. chopper to third. foul. strike 2. according to blanco, the clubhouse and the atmosphere is the same in spring training as it is during the world series. the look on the face of bruce bochy is the same, it seems, inspring training and july and the world series, whatever. >> tim: it all starts there. >> joe: he's as calm a guy and as good a manager as there is in the game. 1-2, the count. runner at second, one out. time called at the plate. pagan traded to the giants from the mets. a free agent to be.
and really came out offensively and defensively and special teams, i thought, pretty much played a complete game. >> michele: this was your fifth consecutive game with 300 yards passing which i'll note is a broncos franchise record and when you consider elway played here that is something. how far have you come in these seven games? >> i think our team has come far, especially offensively as far as what i'm doing every day. the receivers i have a better rapport with them and offensive field with what plays they like. willis and ryan did a great job running the ball and opened up passing lanes. i think the team is maturing and hopefully, we will keep it going. >> michele: you mentioned demaryius thomas standing next to you. you're getting in a groove with all of your receivers. >> these guys are very talented. the more situations we are in the more we should improve. demaryius played great tonight and sure am proud of him. >> michele: congratulations. >> thank you. >> michele: the receivers played a very good game tonight, demaryius. as peyton said you two seem to be communicating better and
or a third-party leaks sensitive national defense information, that is really our focus. i mean, i am not aware of cases in my district where an allegation is by the defense or a third party that there was something and toward going on on behalf of the information that was leaked. and so, you know, as ken said, there are numerous structures in place these days for whistleblowers to report information. that is true, even in the justice department. our former inspector general is here, and the hajis have structures in place, have structures in place to receive those kind of allegations of waste, fraud, abuse, you know, illegal activity, what have you. and it seems to me that that is -- that is the proper recourse if the government employee believes that something untoward is going on with the structure of the congress. and i don't think that the justice department would, you know, would necessarily expect to get a referral from an intelligence agency and a case involving this sort of thing. >> let's take a couple of questions from the audience. i ask you to please be sure and to the poi
the defense of marriage act was struck down by the courts. do you support this line do believe to believe marriages only between a man and a woman? dold: i've been clear from the beginning of my campaign that i believe -- life is hard, having a career's heart and having someone to be standing by your side in tough times but also in good times. if two people want to commit to a lifetime, god love them. >> moderator: brad schneider? schneider: i don't want to prevent to loving individuals from having a life together. one of the reasons why i supported a piece of legislation that would allow domestic partners who have health benefits and be able to be on their partner's health benefits and i've come forward with my party to say i believe civil union should be acceptable so we want to make sure they have these rights but i do believe marriage is between a man and a woman. dold: this as two distinct classes of people and people that want to make this commitment -- >> moderator: congressman's dold do you think that is
money on defense, educate kids, have cops and firefighters, decent roads. john: does local government responsibity. >> sometimes the federal government gets into that's. john: he is keeping an embassy with 15,000 americans. he wants to spend more on defense, not as much as romney, but more. he wants to spend on everything. >> i'm not going to disagree in fight you on every one of these issues because there are some things that i wish we would cut. i would rather get out of afghanistan quicker than we are. there are things. the answer is not i don't think for any reasonable person to defend all spending programs at all times. what we have in ur politics really in the end is a fight over priorities, isn't it? john: one last reason why i don't trust your favorite can't it. >> the war on drugs has been the other failure, and that think that we need to rethink it. decriminalize are marijuana laws >> what am not going to be doing is using just the resources to try to circumvent state laws on this issue. john: and he absolutely has. he has rated more of these marijuana dispensaries than bush
and propriety. coming up next, former defense secretary donald rumsfeld joins us, fomer reagan adviser arthur laugher. stay with us. we are tracking hurricanes sandy. the very latest for you. this looks like the real deal. ♪ ♪ lou: president's -- residents along the east coast are bracing for hurricane sandy, not due to make landfall in text and -- until next week, but it looks like it could be a spectacular event come early tuesday. hurricane sandy has been battering the bahamas, tearing to the caribbean, killing at least 40 people, that is how powerful the storm has been. still more than 400 miles southeast of south carolina. top winds are barely hurricane strength right now. however, if it should hit the atlantic coast, the neurologists are saying it could blend with a winter storm creating what would be a very dangerous monstrous storm. fox news meteorologist joining us to explain what that might entail. >> the typical nor'easter, some spots macy 10 inches of rain, rain, not snow, rain, but heavy rain falling. wind will be with us likely around 36, maybe even 48 hours. a lot of people
right through his hand. raiders settled for another field goal. the raiders defense, and knocked him out of the game. he took a beating. he left the game with a head injury and he didn't return. and remember, it was castle who was booed by the home crowd when he was injured earlier this month. they cheered him. nice pass in the middle. number one receiver, down in the raiders 13. six unanswered points. to tie the game at 6. under two minutes left in the half. raiders catch a break. and arenas in the -- long snapper. hustledled and recovers some football. raiders have it. and this time, the raiders cash in. palmer, to moore. this time he caught it. third straight game with the touchdown. the last raiders to do that, johnny lee higin. palmer comeback route. and he gets by stanford routes. there he goes. 32-yard raiders touchdown. raiders is up. and mcfaden had his better games. for yard -- four yards. and this one for 29 yards much and the fastest game for the kansas city offense. castle lobbed it up. and that's his first of the season. an he hasn't led a single time in any point this year
there was about it -- >> word in defense of john sununu. he has laid out a formulation that colin powell should be proud supporting barack obama because they are of the semis, which means that, obviously, john sununu, being white, is proud to be supporting mitt romney did john sununu is, believe me, and i've known him for a long time -- he is writing a new book called "dale carnegie was wrong," and it will not be a bestseller. [laughter] >> everybody has crazy uncles in the attic, and romney has john sununu, and he has donald trump, who is offering $5 million if the president will release -- >> he won't keep senate in the attic. -- sununi is in the attic. >> colby is right, they are putting him out regularly. they are not putting out stavridis or spokespersons that are not speaking with the unspoken. obama had a good line about, on the leno show. >> "it also g -- all goes back when we were playing soccer in kenya." probably the best line i've heard the president delivered in the whole campaign. >> unfortunately, people out there will say, "c, i told you." >> "i did not know that donald trump wa
because of the big contract. however the chiefs came away with nothing. the raiders' defense knocked brady quinn out of the game. he took a beating and a half and left the game with a head injury and didn't return. game tied at 6 late in the first half when arenas muffs the fair catch. the long snapper john condo hustles down and makes the recovery. raiders at the kansas city 11 and they cash in. carson palmer to denarius moore, his third straight game with a touchdown for moore. raiders lead 13-6. third quarter palmer strikes again. darius heyward-bey there he goes 32 yard score and the raiders were up 23-9. kansas city has not led a single game this year. quinn's replacement matt cassel picked off by matt lee. the raiders forced four turnovers and win their second straight game 26-16 is the final. >> we executed better. you know, and -- that's part of the way that it is in the national football league. i mean you don't play you know, the same every week. the key is, can you overcome when you don't play well and still win football games? that's what we were able to do last week. i think t
defense. lysol. mission for health. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. >>> wake up this monday morning with fog around the bay and coastline. watch out for that. more on your forecast coming up. >> and still no big accidents out there. here's live look of bridges around the bay area. foggy start. bay bridge no delay and everything is cruising. more time-saver traffic coming up. >> this is a fascinating look right here at hurricane sandy. nasa provided this time lapse video as it turned off the carolina coast. it's amazing to watch this. >> it's incredible. >> the storm has forced the shut down of mass transit, schools, financial markets today in the midatlantic. we're going to have a live report in a few minutes. >> three cruise ships caught in that too. craziness out on the east coast. 4:55 now. it was a slow weekend at the box office. >> probably not a lot. >> we're responsible for these people. >> argo made it to the number one spot at the box office after three weeks in the theaters thanks to great word of mouth out there. hotel trans ilv
and japan's defense ministry. >>> tokyo's newly refurbished central railway station was unveiled to the public at the beginning of the month for people in the capital, it's an iconic land mark. but for people many the disast irarea, the station's rebirth has a deeper rebirth. nhk world has more. >> reporter: the red brick building of tokyo station reopened recently for a major refurbishment. it's been restored to the way it looked when it was first built a century ago. the roof suffered severe damage from world war ii air raids. it's now covered with tiles that are made of natural slate. when the station was originally bill in 1914, the slate covering the roof all came from the town of ogatu in miyagi prefecture. for the recent refurbishment, the railway company decided to use slate from ogatu again. then the massive earthquake hit the region. ogatu was devastated by the tsunami. the entire building where 20,000 slates were being stored was washed away. amazingly, many slates survived intact. after the disaster, this man was the first on the scene. he found slate all covered with
for today. >> (cheers & applause) >> the giants defense was a phenomenal against the tigers. ' series long you can see panda--it was really a treat to see all series of long. >> i know that paul blolo received m v p. teach we will tell you how you could get in on the celebration when we return. teacwelcome back. the big story is the series is over and the giants are coming back home as the world series champions. this is where all the fans will be gathered for the homecoming and then a parade will be on wednesday. >> the bottom right corner will show you where the giants hailed the trophy up and we are just waiting for them to come home so that they can be greeted. >> let's focus on the cleanup efforts. teach as you can see a street sweeper just went past. it the so-called fans of the giants dragged out of dumpsters and garbage cans and set them on fire. it smells awful out here but we saw smoke rising from the ground and that is because overnight there were so many--here is a video and not only did they damaged the garbage cans they all so damaged that atm. they garbage can there was dest
and defense offense and special teams the skins dropped the ball literally. >> it can be summed up in two words missed opportunity. >> you better catch it or you won't be in the national football league for very long. >> ten dropped balls. it seemed like every time the skins knocked on the door, they let it slip through their fingers. >> a lot of people will point to the elements because the ball was wet as to why we couldn't be successful but as men, as players we have to leave those excuses out of it >> they continue to strug. ben was moving well. he sledded the redskins for 223 yards and two touchdowns. >> we had a number of missed tackles that led to big yardage it usually comes down to missed tackles >> hall wanted a penalty after being wrestled to the ground. after no response he ripped off his helmet and was going at the official. >> very disappointed. we talk about that all the time keeping your composure regardless of what the situation is. >> the skins go up a game. the same record they had a year ago. they're hoping to bounce back next week
when high tide hits about everything hits the fan. that is when the defense systems we built up are ultimately tested. ultimately fail. we will know when we are on at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. we'll be with you right through 10:00 p.m. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> kimberly: this is a fox news alert. hurricane sandy, super storm meteorologists call a once in a lifetime occurrence and now the strongest storm recorded in the northeast. it's headed to make landfall any minute. its path is taking dead aim at the jersey shore. eight states are in a state of emergency. that includes some of the biggest cities on the east coast. new york. philadelphia. washington, d.c. we've got rick eleventhal, steve harrigan and david lee miller on the ground for fox team coverage. but first, go to janice dean in the fox news weather center for the big picture. janice? >> we got the latest advisory, kimberly. new information in the fox news extreme weather center. still a hurricane >>> 90 miles per hour sustained winds. probably making landfall in next hour or so. somewhere along new
. and a means forgoing these across-the-board defense cuts that, this man heinrich supported so that we don't lose another 20,000 jobs next year. that's what i will do in the united states senate and i look forward to the discussion this evening. >> martin heinrich, your opening statement. heinrich: growing up my dad was an electrician. my mom worked in a factory. they worked hard and stretched every dime but there were still tough times along the way. so, i know what it's like to struggle in a tough economy. and i'm running for the senate because i want our children, yours and mine, to inherit the kind of country that we all believe in growing up. an america where you prosper if you work hard and play by the rules. i want you to know that my priorities are mexico's priorities. protecting social security and medicare. tax cuts for the middle class, keeping our promises to our veterans and making college more affordable for everyone. i come home nearly every weekend so i can hold the job fairs to meet with the mexicans and raise my family. i've always fought for the things that matter most t
' defense is terrible. may have fired their defensive coordinator. doesn't matter. this team need an overhaul. >> maybe hearing more about nick falls, replacing michael vick in the next week. >> falcons though. talk about the falcons. >> give them credit. >> give them credit. a great job. 7-0. not the best team in the nfc. may not be the second best in the nfc. >> would you say the bears would be one of the best in the nfc, despite barely beating a panthers team. they came back. awe showing some moxie and wear it proudly, faris. >> defense belter than any in the nfl now. they don't give up a lot of points. they create so many turn yoefz. more than just about any team in the league. the question is can jay cutler make good decisions. does he not have to be that gunslinger. if jay cutler could figure out a way to just keep it contained, not try to make the big play all the time. great receivers, guys like brab don marshal. i think chicago could be the biggest threat to the new york giants out there right now. even bigger than atlanta. >> cutler, on the game winning drive. 6 of 7. se
for that defense and especially that defensive coaching staff. >> we kept battling and we kept fighting. that was a proud group and they are banged up pretty good right now, but i was proud of the way that they competed four quarters today and i thought they played well. >> the 49ers should be well- rested when they take an arizona tomorrow night in the desert. san francisco will be playing for the first time in ten days and will have a chance to move into first play by two games. >> rams and patriots had london duty this week. the brits on offensive displayply new england tom brady and gronkowski with a tribute to the guards at buckingham palace. . >>> matthew stanford and the lions looking to get on track against the seahawks in seattle. stanford stafford throws the strike. stafford to young again, lions pull out the win and seahawks record is even at 4-4. >> matt ryan and the falcons in uncharted territory. they are still proximate ryan fires long for julio jones for the touchdown pass. the falcons handled the eagles 30-17 of, atlantic 7-0, philly, 3-4, tony romo up and in the cow
if that is something that catches fire and he feels he's on the defensive about, i go back, fema is popular in the state of florida. my family went through some problems in '04 and '05 during the storms when florida was getting bombarded and both jeb bush and fee ma are popular in the state of florida because of it. >> and you talk about disaster assistance on hold, bring up hurricane katrina and memories of the bush administration which does not play well for republicans. thank you as always to chuck todd, live from the white house. >> okay. >> we will be asking you many more questions in the coming days and have the president's remarks live later this hour. ari, talk about president obama and sort of his role in all of this, whichs is to say he has to act as the commander in chief, a tricky ballet for romney and the white house as well. appear to be above it all, yuts understanding he has a couple days left and has to make his convincing argument before november 6th. >> one job in america that's 24/7 and that's the president. >> oh, no. you have not seen the way th this -- the way she goe
. what about the latest charges that you have made that the defense secretary did not pursue or follow up and respond to requests for help? leon panetta has said there was no way to ascertain safely who to send in and what the situation was on the ground because the video that they were monitoring did not give them a clear picture of what was happening. >> well, that's a different answer than what the president said when the president has repeatedly said they did everything they could possibly do to protect the people in benghazi, i beg to differ. i visited with general hamm the four-star jen until charge, i went to lib why, and when i asked very succinctly and directly did he have the resources the capability to actually go into libya and try to help save those people in benghazi, his response was, that he was not asked to do so. so, on the one hand the president's saying that they did everything they could possibly do on the other hand you hear the defense secretary say it maybe wasn't safe enough. again, that's just a convoluted answer. we're seeking answers. we think the families dese
wade's family. this is a dreadful situation. the minister of defense is aware of it. but the reaction from colleagues around the house when my honorable friend said what he said shows we have to move quickly. >> does the prime minister recall telling the house last year -- [inaudible] myself and the people that support this bill so we can move this country forward? >> this government has an excellent record because we continue to commit to our international aid program to tackle those countries where it regrettably exist. i'll look at the bill he mentions and write to the issue. >> a number of employees in my state are calling for investors in one of the fastest growing parts of the economy. will he respond to their calls specifically for 2030 for the power sector? >> i'm looking at these issues. but we've taken the most important step which is to set the renewable investment into rocx so the offshore winds knowing what the return is going to be and there will be more detail when we produce the energy bill later this year. >> can we refer the prime minister to may 2012 when the member
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. >> this game is tight >> you know, they are lining up, the defense. it is all good. >> i would like to see them come back. perhaps make a little bit of an effort. that would be great to win on home field. that would be a killer. >> they are still no doubt that they are going to be champions. >> we are going to end it, closed it, and no time. >> they are good for closing it out, 7, 8, 9. with five- two, let me say that. >> we are the luckiest fans in the country. we have this amazingly beautiful city in this resilient team. just taken the nation by storm. i am in a very good place right now, go giants. >> of course they start the celebration right away. >> the city is going to be on fire tonight go giants. >> the game is still tied at 3-3. it is just a matter of time if that celebration will start tonight. reporting live, kron 4. >> they are stretching this out and really making us. >> brien says that we have a final. denver beat new orleans. and sports a director, gary radnich and you are watching television to report. >> it has been great but elapid of the ball game. three-3. and the giants ha
underrated going into that world series. great pitching, great defense wins every time. that's what happens. >> let's continue with the story. thousands of fans showed the memorable moments at the san francisco civic center. elizabeth cook is out there where they are still celebrating the wins. elizabeth? [ cheering ] >> reporter: fans are just going crazy. you know, they came in just over an hour ago. certainly they feel so excited. this is what it looked like earlier today. [ cheering ] they were all showered with champagne. a lot of folks are headed to at&t park. and if i could see you and you can hear me, i think these fans will be celebrating into the night. back to you. >> yeah, i think they love the fact that the giants won and that there is a camera on them. elizabeth cook, thanks for being there witnessing that firsthand for us. >>> now a moment inside the locker room as the giants celebrate their win. >> yeah, the third base coach leading the champagne charge. he has enjoyed this. >> they look like boys. as if halloween wasn't a reason enough to celebrate on wednesday as dennis me
of sitting on a lead. there's a way in which the president has been too defensive, too reticent in his demeanor through the campaign. and if you pull the camera back and look at the last couple of months, there's no question whatever the momentum factor is in these last few days, no question that over that broader period, there has been momentum toward romney. and people he was not really close challenger, he is now. and i think that factor is there. and you can just see it. you can see it in his body language. chris: i can see what obama is trying to do. he's trying to remind people of all the stakes in this election. if you get, for example, george w. bush elected over an al gore it makes tremendous impact. you go to war perhaps. >> and katty's point, does that get the people skiletted in 2008 by this hope, change message and by obama as the candidate as excited as playing to the fear that -- especially playing to 12 years ago, i'm not so sure. chris: ok. >> i agree with that. if at any point obama had said here's what we're going to do and it's really exciting, over the next four ye
like materials would do well, so we want to be not overweight the defensives. we want to play continued economic recovery. >> tom: looking for growth there, rob, how about it, is it on your buy list as well? >> you know, i'm not so sure i like overweighting technology at this point. it has come a long way. and i think it might take a little bit of a breather. consumer discretionaries i think should hold up prty well. materials, i like it i would actually for the first time in many years put a toe in the water in financial. i think you might see a little overperformance there, after the drama of the end of this year, beginning of 2-13 is behind us. might be a good opportunity to buy some of the things that get thrown out with the drama and fiscal cliff. >> a lot of those banks have been thrown out, certainly over the past several years. guys, we have to leave it there. a couple of market pros from the midwest, scott ren with wells fargo and rob stein withaser assetmanager. >> tom: sandy has brought some modes of transportation to a stand still across the mid- atlantic and northeastern u.
beach builds a wall of sand as a defense against the ocean and abc's ron claiborne is there to tell us how that is going. ron? >> reporter: a good evening, diane, that's wall of sand that they built along the shore, held out for quite a while but if you look over my shoulder, it is all a blur. it. the pounding surf and the rising time -- tied to good tied to get out, the erosion in the wind is gone and now water is flowing from the beach into the city of 35,000 a suburb of new york city and they're expecting a storm surge of somewhere between 4 feet in 8 feet and it is possible this entire low-lying barrier island will be overflowed with water and the next 12 hours or so, diane? >> okay, wrong, and as you heard the water is flooding into new york city and it is where we are tracking the national damage and the wind bearing down on the city's skyscrapers tonight. 2020 anchor chris, i'll is covering this city in this storm. chris? >> hello, diane we wish we did not have to be standing in the water but it is moving too quickly to change positions. we have had more water from sandy than we
, workers were busy building a last minute line of defense. >> all we can do to get ready. away from theds potomac. most places are already closed. >> businesses were already decorated with sandbags and messages for sandy. most shops were closed today. exception of this maman and locals, there refute on the street. >>t feels very different. >> the wind and rain that is concern. what impact tropical storm force have on trees. >> we are concerned with the that the wind and rain will trees. they will pull down power lines severe powerave outages for multiple days. >> tens of thousands of were left without power this summer. many expect sandy will leave e dark. th >> we've gotten our batteries to gather. extra food and ice and things like that. >> you can see the wind has been every fewck and forth minutes. gotten some of these trees swing quite a bit. a lot of concern, whether or not r outages and powe not the water will start rising. >> we shall see. d.c..head over to another area that is used to e damaging floods. >> the sandbags are stacked against basement doors. far, so good for blooming
beach, new york, built a wall of sand as a defense against the ocean and abc's r r claiborne is there to tell us if it's holding. >> reporter: good evening, diane. that wall of the sand berm they built along the shore held out for quite a while but if you look over my shoulder it is all but now obliterated. the pounding surf and rising tide took it out, the erosion and wind and gone and that water is flowing from the beach here into the city of 35,000. this suburb of new york city. they're expecting a storm surge of somewhere between 4 and 8 feet. it is possible this entire low-lying barrier island will be overshowed with water in the next 12 hours or so, diane. >> okay, ron and now as you have heard, the water is flooding into new york city. and it's where we're tracking the national damage and also the winds are bearing down on the city of skyscrapers tonight, "20/20" anchor chris cuomo is covering this city in this storm. chris. >> reporter: hello, diane. you know, we wish we didn't have to be standing in the water but it's moving too quickly to change positions. already w
the coast guard and department of defense all positions, if the public is not following instructions, that make it more dangerous for people and it means that we could have fatalities that could have been avoided. transportation will be tied up for a long time. and probably the most of negative impact for la people, in addition to flooding, will be getting -- for a lot of people, in addition to flooding, will be getting power running. despite the fact that the power companies are working very closely with their various state officials and local officials to make sure that they are bringing in as many access as possible and getting those ready in preparation for the storm, the fact is that a lot of these emergency crews will not be able to get into position to start restoring power until some of the wind has died down. and because the nature of this storm, that may take several days. so the public should anticipate that there will be a lot of power outages and it may take time for that power to get back on. the same is true transportation. there will be allowed back logs. even after t
& applause) it was the defense for the giants that came out because terry songs. that was some of the highlights from the game series. >> game after game you can look back at highlights and live made them on mazing. >> incredible! >> is said the past your bedtime to watch 10 inning last night as a lot of people did. >> we're waiting for the team to come back in the big pa& is billing the floats for the giants victory parades. he may have started building before this last game para who thought we would sweep it was incredible. he was put on standby at game 1. after game 2 he was told to start building. he has to build five of the possible seven floats. he is building them. he and his crew said they could make it happen that fast. >> amazing. we will go to break. >> i hope you guys enjoyed it. we loved to play for you. thank you so much for the support. >> it looks like the showers will hold off until the evening. this will give us enough time for the giants victory parade. the skies will clear into the afternoon and it will be mostly sunny conditions as we head into tomorrow. it
, in particular in homeland defense and national security. we are paying u.s. tax dollars and they ought to pay u.s. jobs. often they're not using u.s. employees for these things. i went on a made in wisconsin poor in the earlier part of my campaign and visited a shoe company that providing combat boots to our soldiers, but often those jobs are going overseas. that's irresponsible. tommy thompson was talking out drilling in alaska to create jobs here in wisconsin. that's ridiculous. unfortunately, if he had a broader energy policy that did not just focus on fossil fuels, which is a key piece of it, but also focus on inefficiency and renewable, that would create good paying wisconsin jobs. that's what i've been promoting in the energy sector. you want a chance to respond briefly? >> she has been opposed to the drilling in alaska's. she has been opposed to the keystone pipeline. >> that's not true. >> that means thousands of jobs in wisconsin. he's talking about alternative energy, which 77 percent of the critical for alternative energy right now. like solyndra, which is another one the democrats f
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